1 Guest


Zadar boasts a historic Old Town with Roman ruins and medieval churches. Combine this with modern attractions, elegant cafés and restaurants and a wealth of outdoor activities, and it is easy to see why so many people are attracted to Zadar.

The Old Town is best explored on foot although you can catch a bus from Zadar centre to all parts of the city.

St. Donat’s Church is well worth a visit and is one of the best preserved pre-Romanesque buildings in the world. The most recognisable symbol of Zadar, the church is no longer used for religious ceremonies and now houses a museum.

The Sea Organ is a man-made organ on Zadar’s Riva which works with the motion of the waves. Thirty-five pipes create a magical, musical soundscape.

Zadar offers a mix of Roman architecture, elegant buildings and a picturesque seafront. Most visitors stay in the resort area of Borik. Zadar offers excellent ferry connections to Croatia´s Adriatic islands, southern Dalmatia and Italy.

Find self-catering accommodation for Zadar
Map locations are approximate.

*PN = Per Night